Kansas State Women's Basketball Postgame Notes
February 3, 2010 • Bramlage Coliseum • Manhattan, Kan.
Kansas State 47 (11-10, 3-4 Big 12), No. 15/16 Baylor 65 (16-5, 3-4 Big 12)
- Wednesday night's matchup between the Wildcats and the Lady Bears was the 22nd in the history of the series... Baylor leads the series, 13-9 (.591)... K-State is now 117-98 (.544) all-time in Big 12 play... Today's attendance was 3,893.
- K-State is now 2-3 against nationally ranked opponents on the year.
- The 'Cats are now 5-8 when scoring 69 or less points.
- The Wildcat's starting lineup Wednesday night consisted of freshman guards Brittany Chambers and Taelor Karr, sophomore forward Jalana Childs, senior guard Kari Kincaid, and senior forward Ashley Sweat... Today's start marked the 100th consecutive and the 105th career start for Ashley Sweat... Senior Kari Kincaid has now started 76 games in a row.
- K-State trailed Baylor at the intermission, 30-28... The Wildcats are 3-7 this season, when trailing at the half... Ashley Sweat led the 'Cats in scoring with 12 points at the break... K-State shot 30 percent (3-of-10) from 3-point range.
- K-State has now hit at least one 3-pointer in 96 consecutive games, dating back to February 7, 2007... The Cats were 4-of-18 (.222) from beyond the arc... The 'Cats connected on 17 field goals, which is the second lowest total of the season since they tallied 15 made field goals against Colorado on January 20.
- The Wildcats shot 9-of-19 from the free-throw line (.474) well below their season average of (.761)... K-State was also held to its lowest point total of the season scoring only 47 points against Baylor.
- Ashley Sweat finished the game with 31 points to lead K-State in scoring...It was the 13th time this season Sweat has led the Wildcats in scoring... Sweat extended her consecutive games scoring streak to 120 games, the second longest consecutive scoring streak in school history... She reached double figures for the eleventh consecutive game and the 18th game this season... She has scored in double-figures 91 times in her career...This is the seventh time this season Sweat has scored 20 or more points and the 13th time of her career.
- Senior guard Kari Kincaid finished the game with three points, her lone 3-pointer has now tied her for eighth all-time in Kansas State history for 3-point field goals made.
- Sophomore forward Jalana Childs was second in scoring for the Wildcats, putting up nine points and had a team high seven rebounds with six of those on the offensive end.